With Useme, you work with foreign clients from anywhere in the world. In Useme, you can also send a reserved VAT invoice to your international client. Some foreign clients may ask for a reserved VAT invoice, which means that the gross amount is the same as the net amount. The client will pay VAT in their country.
In this article, you will learn:
- How to issue an invoice for a foreign client
- In which currency you can issue an invoice for the foreign client
- Remuneration in foreign currencies
To issue a VAT invoice for a customer from abroad, fill in the "Bill my client" form, in step 1, selecting the language: you can choose between Polish and English. It is not possible to issue an invoice in a language other than Polish or English. If you are sending an invoice for this client for the first time, you also need to provide extra information, such as selecting the correct country. Then fill in the client data. If the client has a company, be sure to include the tax number.
We issue invoices with reverse charge for all non-Polish companies.
Then provide details of the work and send us the completed form. On its basis, we will generate a deposit request for the client. They will receive an invoice without VAT after sending the payment.
At Useme, we offer the following currency to choose from:
- PLN (PLN)
- Euro (EUR)
- British pounds (GBP)
- US dollars (USD)
If you want to settle the contract in a foreign currency, but you do not have a foreign currency account, your bank will convert the payment according to its exchange rate. Remember that the exchange rate may be significantly different.
If you have a foreign currency account, fill in its account number in the tab Profile Settings → Payouts.